Leanne is off for the day, taking care of the proverbial bun in her proverbial oven. So, please, bear with us as we throw a list of stuff at you. And remember: just because it's rainy outside doesn't mean you should go crazy and not have fun tonight. How else are you going to show off that new scarf and umbrella?

ART: Friday Nights at the de Young presents Street Art San Francisco, featuring Mission Muralismo in honor of an elaborate monograph just published about street murals in the Mission. Silke Tudor says "Mission Muralismo might be the most important book ever compiled on San Francisco art." And who are we to argue with her?

Tonight's book signing is much more that just that: the night will feature "both cutting-edge and traditional street artists will offer lectures and performances sharing their art, insights, musings, experiences, and perspectives." Francisco X, Lorna Dee Cervantes, and Steve Cervantes will read their poetry; Dr. Loco’s Rockin’ Jalepeño Band provides the music. (Hopefully, they'll touch upon why the mural of Carlos Santana has yet to receive a Sistine Chapel-like makeover.)

5:30 p.m. // De Young Museum (Golden Gate Park, 50 Tea Garden Drive) // free

MUSIC: Dinosaur Jr. ticket are still available. Come for the opening act, Violent Soho, stay to hear music from yesteryear.

8 p.m. // The Fillmore (1805 Geary) // $30

FILM: Violence glorification, anyone? You have three romantic/violent cinematic gems from which to choose: True Romance (7:00 PM), Natural Born Killers (9:30 PM), and The Doom Generation (11:59 PM)., all screening in the Castro.

Castro Theatre (429 Castro Street) // $10.50